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. . >>> such a sad day for the city. the man who brought football back to baltimore has died. art the former owner of the ravens died early this morning at the age of 87. jamie takes a look back. >> reporter: he gave us what we wanted. >> i said in five-years we will be an elite team. >> reporter: we became his family. > ladies and gentlemen, the ravens. >> reporter: when he named the team 17 years ago, a love affair was born. football was back in the town. nobody knew art better than tom. >> my thought was probably the key owner of all the nfl for what he did to football. >> reporter: he loved this game. it's ironic the man credited with starting monday nights football would have his team starting this monday night. >> he was such a great contributor to what the nfl is today it's unbelievable. we had a very special relationship and the guy was so special and why he isn't in the hall of fame is sinful. >> reporter: the browns and the player who paid still love the man to this day. >> art has been a friend of mine. he has come to my rescue. >> reporter: he would sell his share in the ravens, h
in this charming city of ours, is baltimore is football town, or a baseball town. certainly in the last 15 years, if you made the latter argument it echoed against an empty seating bowl at camden yards. if history is any indication, indication -- the pillars of one of major league baseballs' storied franchises revealed themselves in bronze this season, the past seemingly on parallel course with today's player whose like a character in a shake conspiracy tragedy are in the throws of seeking a classic literary redemption. >> the best feeling that i have ever had. the fact that like the o. s are within this close of reaching wild card, winning the pennant, whatever, i've never had a feeling like this, i love this so much. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of fans have been locked in what by anymore was abusive relationship for 15 years. now, only in september, are they willing to consider forgiveness. this team is doing what every baseball mind said they would never do. that finally has camden yards rocking like it's 1997. >> if we can return to some of those times it makes a difference were to th
. >> we're an institution. >> a popular baltimore county restaurant ruined by a two alarm fire. we'll hear from the owner. >> and tear down the barriers, the fences, baltimore is getting the main drag back. >>> all right. let's take a look. it was right in between the window of opportunity that we're seeing. most of this action north of baltimore, right, wyatt? >> a lot of the rain coming down north of the city. you see the rain reaching up to bel air and beyond. still some rain in those areas but, again, the bulk of it is up the i-83 corridor. we have a flash flood warning for baltimore county and baltimore city that's going to exestablished -- extend for another hour. to the west you seat tropical -- see the tropical moisture. more of this coming our way the next several afternoons and evenings. we'll talk about when this lets up, coming up. >>> we typically honor our service members on veterans day and memorial day. hundreds showed up to honor petty officer patrick feeks. hundreds were there as hundreds honored our fallen hero. >> reporter: on august 16 maryland lost one of its own in a
by the way. i was a yankees fan -- now that i'm in baltimore. i know i'm wearing a lot of orange and i don't buy orange and this is a different thing for me. >> it's exciting. >> very exciting. >> we haven't felt this in a while and a lot of people heading down there want to know what they're in store for. >> a good time tonight. but we're going to be dealing with mainly dry weather and don't worry about it. very humid once again this morning that will continue as we duothroughout the day. gush go throughout the day. on maryland's most powerful radar as of now, we have a lone shower now as we step over across the eastern shore. but also if your travels are taking you into virginia this morning we're dealing with a light shower around reston, sterling, ashburn and also oakton but again the you are going to be along the eastern shore watch out for some patchy fog this morning and we have some heavier rain just to the north of federalsburg right now. this is starting to slide off towards the east. heading over into delaware and that's the scenario in terms of the wet weather. as we look at te
they sell them overseas. they have to right? well baltimore will tay tribute to art modell this morning. we have details coming up because the team wants you to show newspaper good morning --up. >> good morning maryland at 5 begins right now. >> you are watching the stationthat works for you, now, good morning maryland. >> remembering a baltimore sports ledge en. how to pay -- leng end. how to -- legend. how how to pay tribute to art modell. >> the o's taking game one against the yankees in this thrilling fashion. we have all the details. >> get your purple on. maybe a little splash of orange. nfl season kicking off. we are live at the ravens caravan on this friday i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. if you are thinking what to wear, you can take a cue from lynette charles. -- cue from lynette charles. >> orange and purple. yes. we love it. and you know, what i am smiling because the weather is going to hold up for the game this evening and also when the ravens play on monday. it's going to be absolutely stellar. so let's get down to business. maryland's most powerful radar is pret
and baseball is back in baltimore. the o's atop the a.l. east. a live report this morning of a series coming up in the days to come and the ticket prices you may pay. >> yeah, those ticket prices a big story on this wednesday morning. thanks for joining us, i'm megan pringle alongside lynette charles who's busy with the weather, mike massco filling in with traffic. and it's quiet out there right now. >>reporter: it's quiet. we do have one wreck well north of town. we'll talk about that coming up. charley looks like a kid in a candy store down there at oriole park. >> he does. >>> it's humid. >> it is very humid out there this morning. that tropical feel as we go throughout the day. also a chance for more scattered showers and storms in the forecast. let's break it down for you on maryland's most powerful radar. as of now, mainly dry, but we are seeing some light showers trying to pop up across the area. the heaviest rain, though, over towards the west, if you're headed towards western maryland this morning, around papa, cumberland. we also now have one lone shower north of the city around tow
park foundation. something in the air wick. >>> thanks for staying with us. in baltimore you know the ravens are number one. when it comes to dollars and cents it's all about the dallas cowboys. they beat them all. forbes say the most valuable nfl team at more than $2 billion. redskins came in second. and followed by new england and the ravens, hey, this is nothing to frown about a more than a billion dollars at number 10. the least valued franchise jacksonville jags 770 million. >>> bird of a feather we are starting to flock. cloud nine for the o's and getting ready to get pumped up for the rains. >> and that is great way to honor art modell. we lost him yesterday and we will pay tribute to him saturday. but in the meantime, the season has to go on. we learned that apparently they have dedicated the season to modell and things are getting kicked off right now. linda so live this morning with the cheerleaders and with poe showing off purple pride. hey linda. >> reporter: we are getting the party started here early atcancun cantina. we have the cheer leader and poe joining us -- ch
. >>> search is on for a baltimore county teenager who mixed chemicals in his home and caused a hazmat incident in parkville. linda so is live at county police headquarters where they are looking for the teenager. >>> police are testing the chemical to determine what it was. they are saying that it was not bomb making material. police are hazmat crews were called to park view. the person living there called 911 after he smelled a odor from the basement. he found his nephew and his friend mixing chemicals, they sold it to people to get high. >> i smell the worst smell i ever smelled in my life. i felt light headed, i thought i was going to pass out and maybe throw up. >> reporter: the teen's uncle says he had to call 911 911 earlier in the day when he saw a message from his nephew about attacking a high school. >>> one man died in a shooting on bail avenue before noon. police didn't release the conditions of the six people shot. >>> 28 year old woman hit by a car and the driver kept on going. police are trying to find that person who was behind the wheel of a sky blue car around 7:30, north of
year it jumped 3.8%. baltimore the average price of a home climbed $28,000 since july and real estate agents report multiple pied -- bids on what's becoming a seller's market again. >> we're seeing not much inventory. hardly any selection and the good houses that are priced right, staged well, look great, they're going. >> real estate agents said pinned up demand and homes undee current shortage. >> whether the housing market, political conviction or crime, katie couric will be covering it all. katie premieres this coming monday. it will air every day at 4:00. we'll have more on what you can expect throughout the rest of the week. you can also head to abc2news.com/katie for a sneak peek at the show. >>> they are tide for the top -- tied for the top spot in the division. orioles fever. speaking of the ravens. it's nearly time to kick off the season. how the ravens are preparing. >> we'll talk about the orioles and ravens forecast. 91 at bwi. just one degree off. no winner. mighty leslie churning in the waters of the atlantic. what will left of isaac. we've got the tropics coming up. an
yesterday, we will get downpours in to the afternoon as well. most of the showers coming in around baltimore, we can zoom in across the area, glen burnie, lake shows, arundel county. sliding to the north, wood lawn, randals town, arbutus, owings mills, you are wet. that will continue throughout the day, our temperatures now coming in the 70s. we are quite muggy, quite mild outside this morning, there is your hour by hour forecast, in to lunchtime, temperature coming in at 83 degrees. now a check of the time saver traffic with mike masco. good morning, everybody. it's about debris on the roadway this morning. one crash to report. let's take you to the maps, falls road, impacted due to a downed tree from overnight storms that moved through, near deep run court. be aware of that this morning. both directions on falls road being affect by the tree down. up towards upper, dover road, an accident, pilesville, 136, shut down, the law is on the scene, due to debris on the roadway. we will slide it south of town, a crash on going, working on this one, green castle road. speeds are reduced. there is
gladden. >>> police evacuated a neighborhood in baltimore county after a hazmat scare. today two teens face chargings of concocting drugs for huffing in the basement on regally oak -- ridgely oak road. police arrested 19-year-old justin trionfo. today his mother told abc2 news that his arrest came as welcome news. she said her son and a friend were mixing engine starter fluid with water in bottles for huffing. it prompted and evacuation. >> i was upstairs and didn't smell it until i came down. i'm so sorry, though to all the neighbors about what happened and what took place, but he has been arrested and his friend. >> carol ready as also been charged with allegedly concocting the mixture. trionfo's mother said he posted a message on facebook saying he wouldn'ted to shoot up the school. >>> well, we had a deadly holiday weekend, didn't we? three killed, four shot over the last 12 hours. it started with a double shooting that left one dead but ended about 7:30 this morning when police found a man slummed over the we will -- slumped over the wheel of his car. homicide detectives are still
of baltimore city sunday. a man was trying to save his neighbor from a home doing all he could just didn't make it. >> abc2 news sherrie johnson is here with more on the deadlyfire and do authorities know anything about this or is this investigation going on for a while. >> reporter: firefighters and arson detectives are trying to figure out how the fire started and whether the smock alarms were working at the time. the fire broke out just after 6:30 on sunday night. firefighters raced to the 2200 block of east north avenue in the city's broadway east neighborhood. crews found heavy fire and thick smoke in that row home. neighbors went into action. one man who tried to rescue his elderly neighbor may have a fractured leg. now once inside, crews found an 88-year-old woman dead of smoke inhalation and burns. >> we learned that this was an 88-year-old woman. does live with other relatives in the home but no one else was in the house at the time. >> reporter: so far no word on exactly what caused the fire at 33 firefighters fought the one alarm fire and it was contained to the row home and the woma
it by the end of the week. >>> katie premiers in baltimore right here on abc2 beginning september 10th every day at 4. followed by the news. >> that's at 5 with jamie and kelly and we wyatt and we will send you back to new york but we will have another update in 30 minutes. see you then. ♪ i can't believe it ♪ i am growing every day now, and it... ♪ [ female announcer ] childhood goes by too fast to slow down for sensitive skin, which is why all free clear is free of dyes and perfumes. it's the #1 recommended brand by dermatologists and allergists for sensitive skin. and its active stain lifters help tackle tough dirt and stains. ♪ i won't forget you give us your worst, we'll give it our all. >>> tom cruise facing new allegations about his personal life. just months before he began dating katie holmes, did the church of scientology conduct top secret auditions to find his next wife is this the shocking report from "vanity fair." first, good morning, america. happy labor day to you. do not adjust your sets. do not get concerned. george is off. robin is many mississippi right now with her
of our future games, a couple of overtime matchups there, as well as the bills and the baltimore's win. >> baltimore's. >> the baltimores. them too. the ravens, they did good. t.j., what's up? >> the baltimores baltimores now. >> do you know the bills are the only team for an historical figure. >> we don't care. for the week what happened? >> willing to get that in. >> before the week it was rough, nelson, wnn football leaving the way. both at 3-1. paula, you and the commish were 2-2. >> but it's all cumulative. rob and the fans out front kicking everybody's heinie. i'm 6-6, the commish bringing up the rear as we like to say. >> it's tough. it's tough. >> like you say. >> it's not always -- >> we'll see how it goes and, you know, i don't know. a couple of big games like jason said earlier kind of thing but it was what it was. >> pretty face though. >> i'll tell you right now, i didn't shave this morning because i was too busy celebrating notre dame's win over michigan. >> on saturday night. did you see this? >> six turnovers and you guys could only win by a touchdown. >> denard robinso
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